semantic web technologies

The Sheet2RDF VocBench tool tutorial

Tutorial In this section we see some use cases of Sheet2RDF and we give examples of spreadsheets and PEARL code. In each of the following tutorials we suppose we’re working on a SKOS/SKOSXL project. For a better understanding we recommend to read first PEARL documentation. Working with subject and explicit IDs This is maybe the simplest […]

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WissKI General Basic Forms

The Pathbuilder templates offered here should enable a basic, uniform documentation of collections of university collections in WissKI . They come from the form set developed by the pilot study WissKI @ Collections of the FAU and are continuously being developed further.   The pathbuilder templates are hereby intended to be a basic and uniform documentation of the […]

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WissKI Collection-Specific Extensions

The pathbuilder templates listed here contain extensions to the general basic entry screens of all collections that are represented in our project. Each extension comes with a template for the Pathbuilder paths. Please note that these extensions only work in combination with the general entry mask version 180828 . The Pathbuilder paths and groups are here are extensions of the Basic Common […]

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ResearchSpace is a web-based platform that offers a collaborative environment for humanities and CH research projects. It has been developed by the British Museum and utilizes semantic web concepts. It includes work to integrate heterogeneous datasets without losing meaning or perspective. This platform uses CIDOC-CRM to define concepts and relationships in the datasets. seeAlso

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Omeka S is a web publication system

It provides a web platform for CH institutions to publish and manage digital CH collections. Omeka offers three options for using this platform. The first option is “Omeka S”, which is a web-based platform for publishing CH data, and for interlinking datasets with other online resources using semantic web concepts. seeAlso

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Arches is a heritage inventory and management system

Arches is a web-based, geospatial information system for cultural heritage inventory and management. The platform is purpose-built for the international cultural heritage field, and it is designed to record all types of immovable heritage, including archaeological sites, buildings and other historic structures, landscapes, and heritage ensembles or districts. seeAlso

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